7 examples of 'python count lines in string' in Python

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95def count_lines(lines):
96 """Get line counting stats"""
97
98 s = CodeStats()
99 s.total_lines = len(lines)
100
101 ne = 0
102 for line in lines:
103 line = line.strip()
104 if len(line) > 0:
105 ne = ne + 1
106
107 s.total_nonempty_lines = ne
108 return s
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16def lines_count(message):
17 return 1 + sum([len(line)/50 for line in message.split('\n')])
90def _count_newlines(self, string):
91 newline_count = 0
92 for char in string:
93 if char == "\n":
94 newline_count += 1
95 return newline_count
63def count_lines(file):
64 with open(os.path.join(os.environ['GOPATH'], 'src', file)) as inf:
65 return len(inf.readlines())
106def count_lines3(self, file_name):
107 with open(file_name) as f:
108 return len(f.readlines())
414@pytest.mark.parametrize(
415 "code_string,expected_count",
416 [
417 ('# hello world \n""" hello """', 1),
418 ('# hello world\n""" hello """ \n """ hello """', 2),
419 ("# hello world hello ", 0),
420 ('""" hi """ \n """ hi again """', 2),
421 ('""" hi """ \n # whoa \n""" hi again """', 2),
422 ('# another function\ndef func(int arg):\n\t""" hi again """', 1),
423 ],
424)
425def test_multiline_python_comments_mixed(code_string, expected_count):
426 """Check that it can find multiline Python comments in mixtures."""
427 count_of_multiline_python_comments, _ = comments.count_multiline_python_comment(
428 code_string
429 )
430 assert count_of_multiline_python_comments == expected_count
32def line_count(file, connection=None):
33 """Get number of lines in a file."""
34 connection = connection or ssh.get_connection()
35 result = connection.run('wc -l < {0}'.format(file), output_format='plain')
36 count = result.stdout.strip('\n')
37 return count

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